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Constangy Brooks Smith & Prophete LLP | USA | 24 Jun 2019

Colorado bans the box

Colorado has become the latest jurisdiction to join the “ban the box” movement. The Colorado Chance to Compete Act, signed into law by Gov. Jared


Fisher Phillips | USA | 21 Jun 2019

New York Lawmakers Pass Game-Changing Reforms to State Discrimination Laws

Still grappling with the expansive sexual harassment reforms passed last year, New York businesses and employers will soon need to manage through yet


Barnes & Thornburg LLP | USA | 20 Jun 2019

Extreme Obesity Not Necessarily a Disability Under ADA, Says Seventh Circuit

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit recently held that extreme obesity is not an actionable “impairment” under the Americans with


Littler Mendelson PC | USA | 20 Jun 2019

New York State Significantly Expands its Workplace Harassment Laws (Again)

As its session draws to a close, the New York State Legislature substantially revised the State’s anti-discrimination and anti-harassment laws this


Wilkinson Barker Knauer LLP | USA | 19 Jun 2019

Another EEO Audit Released - Looking at the FCC’s Current EEO Obligations

The FCC yesterday released another of its regular EEO audit notices (available here), asking that approximately 80 radio stations, and the employment


Shawe Rosenthal LLP | USA | 19 Jun 2019

Arbitration Agreement May Not Restrict Access to NLRB Processes

In a rare unanimous decision, on a closely-watched issue, from all four sitting members of an ideologically-divided National Labor Relations Board


Littler Mendelson PC | USA | 19 Jun 2019

New Connecticut Law Addressing Sexual Harassment Imposes Additional Obligations on Employers

On June 18, 2019, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signed Substitute Senate Bill 3, publicly known as the “Time’s Up” bill and identified as Public


Littler Mendelson PC | USA | 19 Jun 2019

Settlement Agreements Cannot Prevent Nevada Employees from Disclosing Workplace Sex Discrimination or Harassment

Under a new Nevada law, effective July 1, 2019, employers that settle certain allegations involving sex discrimination or sexual offenses will not be


FisherBroyles LLP | USA | 19 Jun 2019

LGBTQ Employees Face A Double Stigma

Yet, LGBTQ-supportive policies and workplace climates are linked to less discrimination against LGBTQ employees and more candid conversations about


Jones Day | USA | 18 Jun 2019

Second Circuit Rules that Bankruptcy Code’s Fraudulent Transfer Recovery Provisions Can Reach Foreign Transferees

The ability of a bankruptcy trustee to avoid fraudulent or preferential transfers is a fundamental part of U.S. bankruptcy law. However, when an

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